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Hey guys, what is the main difference between them, which one makes the car sit lower? Which one is more aggressive? I did some research on it already but I just want to here from people that have these setups, likes or dislikes. Thanks
 

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The V2 just allows you to adjust rebound as oppose to V1 just having preset rebound rate.


If your wondering what rebound is, this info might help -

When your suspension moves up and down, the movement is controlled by the spring and the shock. When you first hit the bump, the suspension compresses. We call this the Compression stroke. The resistance to this compression stroke is created by the main spring and the hydraulic resistance created in the shock. Hydraulic resistance in the compression direction is called compression damping.

After your suspension has passed the bump and finished the compressed stroke, the compressed spring try's to return (rebound) to it's original position. To control the energy stored in the spring, the shock has to create enough rebound force to slow the springs return. If there were no damping, it would return like a "pogo stick" Hydraulic resistance in the rebound direction is called rebound damping.

The rebound damping is much greater than the compression damping because the rebound damping has to control all the energy stored in the compressed spring while the compression stroke is partially controlled by the main spring and doesn't require as much help from the hydraulics. Typically rebound damping is about 3 times higher than compression damping.

Most people go with the Variant 2. Give a call or e-mail if you need pricing. Very good discounts for these right now.



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